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Hi I'm David Quayle Dixon

I lived in Logan,Utah. I served a Mission to Germany and graduated from BYU. Julie and I have 4 children and 5 grandchildren.

About Me

I was born in Provo, Utah. The oldest of 5 children. I attended elementry, Jr High, High School and one year at Utah StateUniversity in Logan, Utah. I served a 2 year mission to Hamburg, Germany. After my mission, I enrolled at BYU where I completed a Bachelor's degree in Chemisry and married my sweetheart Julie . We have 4 children and 5 grandchildren. I spent 28 years in the semiconductor industry managing the clean room operations to manufacture Integrated devices(Silicon Chips).Three years ago, my wife and I relocated to the Denver Colorado area with an opportunity to work in the dental field. I enjoy the outdoors,especially playing golf and walking in the greenbelt.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born of goodly parents who taught me the gospel. I was surrounded by good examples in school and at home. I always wanted to serve a mission, so I was grateful to have the opportunity to serve in Germany. I was totally shocked by the assignment, but through the Language Training Mission in Provo, I was able to learn German and communicate with the wonderful people of Germany. My testimony was indeed strengthened as a result of having the spirit lead me in Germany. After my mission, I was blessed to get an education at BYU. It was there where I met my sweetheart Julie. She has been a tremendous blessing in my life. She has made me a better person and I enjoy living life with her. I am a mormon today, because I still know this gospel is true and I love the people who serve faithully in this church to make a difference in other's lives.

How I live my faith

Each day, I try to remember who I am and act as a disciple of Jesus Christ. I am grateful for the many opportunities I have had to serve in the church.